Sen. Roy Blunt has suggested a less ambitious approach to overhauling the tax code.
Sen. Roy Blunt has suggested a less ambitious approach to overhauling the tax code. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
Sen. Roy Blunt has suggested a less ambitious approach to overhauling the tax code. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

Top Senate Republican urges only ‘some’ tax reform this year

October 19, 2017 04:00 PM

UPDATED October 20, 2017 07:34 AM

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